The Comic-Verse: Awesome Art Special Edition Part 5

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Welcome to the fifth part of some special all-art editions of the Comic-Verse. Here I will be highlighting art from various people whom I have highlighted previously in the past, giving you another glimpse at their artistic talents. I’ll be showcasing 5 amazing artists per edition to create a visual spectacle for the eyes. To visit a particular artist just click on the appropriate link, otherwise just hit NEXT. Enjoy! Your eyes will thank you.

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Shaun McGuan
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Timothy John Shumate
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Alecyl
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Lynne Yoshii
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Ed Foychuk
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14 thoughts on “The Comic-Verse: Awesome Art Special Edition Part 5

  1. So much good art in these posts it’s almost ridiculous.

    Also, what do you think of the Age of Ultron teaser they just released yesterday? I’m was already excited, and now I’m thinking next May can’t come soon enough.

    • I loved that trailer! From the creepy music, to the chilling voice of Spader, to the Hulkbuster armor, to the way they truly teased us without giving away too much. Awesome! Awesome! Awesome! AOU will be like Marvel’s early birthday present to me as it comes out just 6 days before it. And just who is Andy Serkis playing? They showed a quick shot of him to get our minds racing with the possibilities.

  2. My gold medal goes to Ed Foychuk.
    The main reason why he got the 1st prize is the Guardians of the Galaxy drawing. A muscular man + a giant gun + two raging faces = gold medal for sure in wwayne’s personal ranking.
    Secondly, the lighting on Magneto’s and Iron Man’s drawings is expectional.
    Thirdly, I love the artistic choice of drawing the Turtles under the pouring rain.
    I also appreciate how meticulously Foychuk drew Angel’s wings.
    Shaun McGuan could have won the gold medal if he had drew the background more accurately in the Huntress’ drawing.
    Even if it has this flaw, the drawing I mentioned is my favorite among the ones he made.

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